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VP Capital Planning Review (Hybrid)

New York, New York, 10013

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Salary:

$142320 - $213480 Year

Job type:

Full-time

Job Schedule:

Day shift

Job benefits:

Health insurance
Paid time off
Employee discount
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
401(k)
401(k) matching
Flexible schedule
Parental Leave
Tuition reimbursement
Flexible spending account
Retirement plan
Others

Description:

Overview

The Finance Chief Risk Office (“FinCRO”) provides risk management oversight of the Finance function, including effective risk challenge and mitigation of risk for capital, liquidity, interest rate risk and treasury investments, and ensures compliance with all risk-related regulatory requirements. In addition, the team oversees the key risk management methodologies and calculations, including CECL and IFRS9 for credit reserves, and Basel Advanced RWA. Within FinCRO, Regulatory Capital Risk Management (“RCRM”) provides independent risk management oversight for capital management, planning and forecasting, recovery and resolution planning, capital interpretations, and capital calculations and reporting. More specifically, the Capital Planning Review Team (“CPRT”) leads the holistic independent review and challenge of the capital management and planning process across the capital planning continuum, and associated policies, procedures, and risk limits.

As a member of the CPRT team, the Vice President will provide independent review and challenge across the capital management and planning continuum encompassing business-as-usual capital management, ongoing and quarterly business and capital planning forecasts (including CCAR/DFAST).

Key Responsibilities

Perform effective review and challenge activities for P&L and balance sheet through ongoing interaction with the first line via walkthroughs and dedicated governance meetings
Maintain an end-to-end perspective within and across capital planning components, develop in-depth analysis to assess reasonability of results and ensure transparency of governance, methodologies and processes
Develop a strong understanding of forecasting methodologies across businesses, products, and risks to drive analytical insights, highlight trends, and anticipate outcomes
Present observations and results of the review and challenge during CPRTs review sessions
Develop presentation materials and review and challenge templates and memorialize R&C meetings key takeaways
Lead and conduct deep-dive analysis related to specific forecast components to enhance understanding of drivers and inform decision-making
Lead and oversee ad-hoc analysis, including competitor/peer analysis
Present analytical insights to senior stakeholders across the Finance CRO and firm’s first line of defense
Guide the development of reports and tools to enhance analytical capabilities
Manage strategic projects by conducting independent research and collaborating with internal stakeholders
Assist with regulatory exams, responses to regulatory feedback, execution of corrective actions, and internal audit exams/reviews; engage with regulators and other external stakeholders
Oversee the development of controls and automation across the reporting process to ensure accuracy and timeliness of information presented to senior management and support a strong control environment across the CPRT
Experience:

6+ years of relevant experience within the financial services industry with Tier-1 player or regulatory entity or top tier consulting; demonstrated experience in macroeconomic / bank analysis
Experience managing large datasets and extrapolating insights for various P&L components
Advanced Microsoft Office skills, particularly Excel and PowerPoint; additional experience with Tableau, SQL, SP&P CapIQ/SNL or Bloomberg preferred
Relevant experience with Capital Planning / Adequacy Process and Capital regulatory requirements (e.g., CCAR/DFAST) and guidance including SR 15-18
Strong verbal and writing communication skills; proactive self-starter and strong project management mindset
Education:

Bachelor’s degree in quantitative discipline (e.g., Math, Economics, Data Analytics/Sciences) and advanced degree (e.g., MBA, MS in Finance, MS in Business Analytics) preferred
Additional finance focused education or certification (CFA, CPA, FRM) beneficial
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Job Family Group:

Risk Management
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Job Family:

Risk Analytics, Modeling, and Validation
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Time Type:

Full time
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Primary Location:

New York New York United States
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Primary Location Full Time Salary Range:

$142,320.00 - $213,480.00

In addition to salary, Citi’s offerings may also include, for eligible employees, discretionary and formulaic incentive and retention awards. Citi offers competitive employee benefits, including: medical, dental & vision coverage; 401(k); life, accident, and disability insurance; and wellness programs. Citi also offers paid time off packages, including planned time off (vacation), unplanned time off (sick leave), and paid holidays. For additional information regarding Citi employee benefits, please visit citibenefits.com. Available offerings may vary by jurisdiction, job level, and date of hire.

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Skill:

Communication
Leadership
Teamwork
Interpersonal
Learning/adaptability
Self-management
Organizational
Computer
Problem solving
Open mindedness
Strong work ethic
technology
Others

Others Requirements:

6 years

Category:

Finance

Positions:

On going position

Location:

Hybrid Remote